My Bucket List is Too Long – #MFRWauthor

photo by author Robin Michaela

Capilano suspension bridge – Vancouver

Hey y’all – it’s Week 48 of the 52-Week MFRW Blog Challenge. I can’t believe it’s almost over. That being said – never fear – the group wanted to continue, so there will be more where these posts came from in 2018 (HEY!… I can hear you screaming from here…).

So, this week’s topic is 5 things on my bucket list. Why do I feel like we already covered this during 2017?

Okay, so we didn’t cover it – per se. But, we have examined my Vision Board, plus my Travel Bucket List, so I feel justified in thinking we had.

Ahem…onward…

My bucket list is mostly travel-related, although I do have some personal goals on it. Since it’s a long list, here’s just a small taste (5 things) of what I want to do:

  • Run a marathon (actually, I just want to finish in an upright position, on the correct side of an ambulance (meaning not in one!) – I hope to check this one off next month, but my legs/feet are laughing (actually crying) at the idea during my training runs
  • Become a NYT or USA Today Bestselling Author
  • Become a full-time writer so I can give up the blood and guts of the dental world!
  • Climb the steps of Macchu Pichu
  • Visit Australia and the Far East

What’s on your bucket list? Leave a comment below and, as always, thanks for reading!

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18 thoughts on “My Bucket List is Too Long – #MFRWauthor

  1. Sherry Lewis says:

    I have a very long list, and I rarely (never) think about actually doing something from the list, but every time I look at it, I realize I’ can check off 3 or 4 items. I think there’s power in writing down your goals and dreams. It seems to set things in motion behind the scenes šŸ™‚ hope to see a picture of you at the top of the steps in Macchu Pichu some day soon!

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    • RobinMichaela says:

      And, he had a heart bypass about a year after that trip, so hopefully you and your husband can do it (they spent a day in Lima and one in Cusco acclimating to the altitude before going up to Macchu Pichu).

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    • RobinMichaela says:

      Lol, Mary – the bridge was actually very cool (and I’m not a “heights” person). They also have a plexiglass walkway that goes out over part of the river/ravine. I was so distracted by the beauty of the area, I hardly noticed the scare-factor. Thanks, re: the marathon!

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